Saturday, May 15, 2010

Twitter Tweecap - May Edition - Part I

Been a very busy month so far.  The state of Kentucky is transitioning all Districts to Live @EDU email and part of my job is training teachers at several schools on the new email system and several of its features.  So my blog posting will be rather limited over the next couple weeks.  So until that time, here is a recap of some links I received via Twitter during the month of May.

1.) Ten Websites for Changing Text to Speech. - A great list and all of the websites are free.  Be a great resource to share with special education.

2.) Virtual Compound Microscope - Share with your science teachers.  Kind of interesting.

3.) Five Essential Characteristics of Leaders in Education

4.) A Great Web 2.0 Tools Handout

5.) An article that received a lot of attention on Twitter when a Principal asks parents to deny students the ability to use Social Networking like Facebook.

6.) A great Blog post by The Nerdy Teacher about Everything He Learned about Technology he Learned from 1990's Nickelodeon Television

7.) Online Drum Machine.

8.) 100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media in the Classroom

9.) 50 Free Collaboration Tools that are Awesome for Education

10.) 52 Incredible Useful Sites - A Pretty Good List

11.) The Power of Facebook in Education - A Great Story of its use

12.) Is Summer School the Key to Education Reform?

13.) TeachMeet Kentucky - A Date has been set.  If it is as successful as the one in Nashville I attended, it will be a conference worth attending.

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